Category Archives: Art
Washed up is part of an ongoing photo series by Alejandro Duran, a Mexico-born and New York based artist. His work is undeniably beautiful and seeks to make an important statement addressing “the issue of plastic pollution making its way … Continue reading
This year I have being trying to get back into printmaking to get a feel for being back in the studio on a somewhat semi regular basis. I have found the biggest challenge coming up with imagery that I am interested … Continue reading
Peter Callensen’s paper works provide an exploration of the relationship between two and three dimensionality. “On being asked why paper “It is probably the most common and consumed media used for carrying information today. This is why we rarely notice … Continue reading
Cuban born artist Abelardo Morello’s work is totally stunning. His work transforms household objects and hotel rooms (the mundane) using the photographic technique of Camera Obscura, into spaces that are mysterious with surprising perspectives and framings that distort distance and dimension. The … Continue reading
Just a little doodle a random collection of colour to pass the time.
For anyone with a hint of obsessive compulsive in them then this is the site for you. Things organized neatly is a tumblr site I stumbled upon recently. Showcasing all things organized neatly, this site is definitely for the perfectionist in … Continue reading